I don't have innsurance.I owe a hospital bill of $2,452.15 from september.They sent me to mscb Inc.(Mid South Credit Bureau Inc.) to collect the debt,well they have called me at least 2 times per week since then.I got with in touch with the hospital and they sent the forms for the hospital to pay my bill,but before I can turn the form back in I have to sigh up for medicade.I have filled out the form for Medicaid and i received more forms today to fill out for medicade.I talked to mscb Inc on Wednesday and told them what was going on and she told me ok to call them back when I hear any thing else.So today I get a call on my answering machine them tell me to call the back on monday.Then I receive a letter today telling me "Our files indicate you are employed and that we can collect by having an attorney file a suit and if or when judgment is granted, garnish your wages" well I have not worked since 2003 so I don't know why there files indicate that I am employed I am in Missouri could anybody please help me figure out what to do thank you.
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